Middle school taps
A counselor at Neil Cummins Elementary School has been named assistant principal at Hall Middle School, administrators announced.
Kyle Shaw, 34, of Fairfax has been an employee of the Larkspur-Corte Madera School District for seven years. The board of trustees is expected to approve the transition to part-time assistant principal at its meeting Wednesday.
Shaw will work three days a week at the middle school and two days as a counselor at Neil Cummins Elementary School. He will begin the new role on Dec. 1. His salary will be $101,574.
Rotarians fix up
city welcome sign
Volunteers with the Rotary Club of Ignacio refurbished the city’s welcome sign over the weekend.
The sign on Redwood Boulevard received new paint and new medallions, including one recognizing the club. The city provided the paint.
Officials seek input
on transit hub plan
The Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District is asking the community to weigh in on the future of the downtown San Rafael transit center.
Residents can participate in an online survey or an online meeting set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
The project aims to renovate the hub so that it is safer, more accessible and able to provide better connections for riders.
More information is online at bit.ly/35FazSn.
Officials set forum
on police chief hiring
Residents are invited to participate in two online forums Thursday to discuss the recruitment process for the town’s next police chief.
The first forum is set for 10 a.m. and the second is at 6:30 p.m. The sessions will be moderated by Public Sector Search and Consulting Inc., a firm specializing in police chief recruitments.
Former chief Michael Cronin retired in September amid community backlash over police confrontation with a Black business owner in town.
In October, town officials asked residents to help them develop a candidate profile in their search for a new chief. More than 300 residents responded.
Registration information and additional details are online at bit.ly/38QWoLO.